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Sekaiju no MeiQ 2 *syoou no seihai* sound track: Piano sketch version

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Catalog Number: N/A
Released On: February 21, 2008
Composed By: Yuzo Koshiro
Arranged By: Yuzo Koshiro
Published By: Atlus
Recorded At: Unknown
Format: 1 CD
Tracklist:

01 - To the Stage of a New Adventure.
02 - Echoes of a Fierce Battle that Separates Life and Death.
03 - That is the Depths of a Crimson Labyrinth.
04 - The Sons of God Meeting in the Sky.
05 - To a Sorrowful Future of Snow and Ice.
06 - ***Secret Sound***
07 - A Restful Place for the Adventurers.
Total Time
15'02"

This promotional item came to Japanese gamers who took the time to preorder the sequel to the DS hit known in America as "Etrian Odyssey." Seven tracks of piano-arranged goodness. It was a complete surprise, and it was also surprisingly good.

Seriously, I believe this is the first time a work of Yuzo Koshiro's has gotten the piano solo treatment. And it makes me wish this would happen more often.

Each track on this album is arranged very well, with a lot of the attention to detail that makes an advanced piano arrangement worthwhile. The battle theme (track 2) really caught my attention. But the slow songs worked equally well.

Hopefully this album will be extended and released for retail. But if that doesn't happen, Yahoo! Japan Auctions is your friend.

Reviewed by: Patrick Gann



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